Tips & Techniques

*The product featured in this video is Lightroom Classic CC, previously known as Lightroom CC. For more information, please visit: https://adobe.ly/2gNcw59. Learn the most efficient way to work with type in this third part of a three-part series on the Book module in Lightroom. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom
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[embedded content] Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of applications is ubiquitous amongst the photography and video industries. For many of us, it’s a simple $10/mo (or whatever the equivalent is where you live) for the photography package containing just Lightroom and Photoshop. But for companies like the Linus Media Group, that subscription bill can cost $10,000
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Viltrox has posted their updated lens roadmap to Weibo and it shows nine new lenses coming between now and next year. Viltrox is traditionally known more for (relatively) inexpensive lens adapters and various accessories, but they’ve actually been making lenses for a couple of years now for various mirrorless systems including Sony, Fuji, Nikon and
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[embedded content] On Monday, the Pentagon released three declassified videos of “unexplained aerial phenomena”. That’s a fancy term for “UFOs”. The Guardian reports that the Pentagon released the footage to “clear up any misconceptions by the public” on whether or not the footage that had been previously leaked was genuine. It turns out that it
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In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne shares several suggestions for hardware, software, and preferences to help optimize the performance of Lightroom. Keeping these tips in mind when setting up a new system or refining your current system will help speed up Lightroom and make you more productive. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many camera companies are experiencing delays and temporarily shutting down factories. Japan’s newest financial incentives stimulate manufacturers to move their productions out of China. And since most major camera companies are Japanese, this could change the industry immensely. According to Bloomberg, Japan has earmarked 220 billion yen (around $2 billion
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